SEATTLE - Scrimmaging is always a major highlight of camp, and Thursday night saw the Washington…
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"Yeah, hate it," Danny Shelton said with a shrug when asked about the 6-foot-2, 231-pound Thompson's transformation into a tackle-breaking ballcarrier. "He's such a talented player coach has to use him on the other side and when he goes onto that side it's like we're losing a big part of our defense. In a sense it's a good thing for us because we're working against a pretty good player. He's really good at running the ball hard, so that's really helping us out, trying to fit up and make tackles on him. I hate it but I like seeing him on offense because he's really going to help out our team in the future." The defensive play he made Tuesday against Ross was straight up thievery. While Ross was trying to grab his bearings and the football, Thompson twisted him around with his arms, and in one clean motion swiped the football and headed the other direction - 55 yards for six. "It was a nice play," Linebackers Coach Bob Gregory said after practice, in early running for understatement...
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